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Name:Brunt Farm Hill
Hill number:15561
Height:71m / 233ft
Section:31C: South-West Wales
Classification:Tu,0
Drop:49m
Col:22m  SM800058  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1782609/03/2017SM 81128 04170  F: Trig PointTony Hartry
Summit
GJ
-2239727/07/2014SM 81127 04173  F: trig pointjonglew
Summit
474827/07/2014SM 81127 04173  F: Trig pillar.
O: Middle of pasture - no livestock here today.
jonglew
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
Possible to drive to West Blockhouse Point which makes the summit worth the trip. Great views at entrance to Milford Haven with unusual holiday rental cottage in old gun placement.Campbell Singer14/02/2019
From the West Blockhouse Point track.Barbara Singer14/02/2019
With Alfie. Crop field.Dangerous Dave11/08/2018
Drove to SE corner of fieldGordonAdshead16/05/2018
Parked in Kete CP followed the Pembrokeshire Coast Path round St Ann's Head heading for Mill Bay where a stone and plaque (SM809034) marks the landing site Of Henry Tudor later to become Henry VII continued following the coast path to some WWII bunkers headed N for 1000m summit anywhere in the middle of a field trig point possibly the highest pointTony Hartry09/03/2017
Visiting to bag the trig pillar without realizing this is also a tump. Flat field, withiout the trig no knowing where the summit point would be. It's tumps like this makes me wonder why I do them!jonglew27/07/2014
RHW21/06/2003
Robert Kemp05/07/2018
asbown21/02/2018
Toobuddy04/06/2015
ianwatson20/04/2014
Alex C18/04/2012
Dusty30/04/2009
chalky195306/02/2009